List of Contributors.
Introductory Chapter A Brief Introduction to the Field of E-Government.
1: Fundamental Concepts and Theories.
2: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives of Media and Citizenship.
3: The First Leg of E-Government Research: Domains and Application Area 1998-2003.
4: E-Government in the Information Society.
5: E-Government Concepts, Measures, and Best Practicies.
6: From E-Government to E-Governance.
8: Ecology of E-Governance.
9: General Requirements for Digital Government.
10: Digital Government in Remote Locations.
11: Digital Government in the USA.
12: Ethics of Digital Government.
13: E-Government, Democratic Governance and Integrative Prospects for Developing Countries: The Case for a Globally Federated Architecture.
14: E-Government Act of 2002 in the United States.
15: E-Government and Political Communication in the North American Context.
16: E-Government in the United Kingdom.
17: E-Government Issues in Switzerland.
18: Electronic Government at the American Grassroots.
19: E-Mexico: Collaborative Structures in Mexican Public Administration.
20: Business Process Redesign in Implementing E-Government in Ireland.
21: Introducing Mobile Government.
22: The State of Mobile Government in Turkey: Overview, Policy Issues, and Future Prospects.
23: Usability Driven Open Platform for Mobile Government (USE-ME.Gove).
24: Corruption, Transparency, and E-Government.
25: Cyber Attacks.
26: Different Types of Information Warefare.
27: Current Approaches to Federal E-Government in the United States.
28: A Community Facilitation Model for E-Government: A Case Study in Monitoring Water Quality.
29: The Application of Single-Source Publishing to E-Government.
30: Applications of E-Commerce in Government.
31: Applications of Geographical Information System in E-Government.
32: An Evaluation of Digital Deliberative Democracy in Local Government.
33: Benchmarking Electronic Democracy.
34: Benchmarking Local E-Government.
35: Citizen’s Deliberation on the Internet: An Exploratory Study.
36: The Civic within the Democratic Project in the Digital Era.
37: Assisting Users Seeking Medical Information Through Government Portals.
38: Continuity of Operations Planning and E-Government.
39: Natural Resource Information Management at State Government Level.
40: Electronic Signature: The Core Legislation Category in Digital Economy.
41: Virtual Government in Singapore.
42: Foundation for Citizen-Oriented E-Governance Models.
44: Development and Design Methodologies.
45: E-Government Development and Implementation.
46: Digital Government Development.
47: Development Stages of Digital Government.
48: Developing a Global CRM Strategy.
49: Design of Government Information for Access by Wireless Mobile Technology.
50: “It’s the Mobility, Stupid”: Designing Mobile Government.
51: A Formalized Design Method for Building E-Government Architectures.
52: A Heuristic Model to Implement Government-to-Government Projects.
53: Accessible E-Government through Universal Design.
54: Accessing Public Sector Environmental Data and Information: Development and Demonstration of a National Portal.
55: Deconstructing the South African Government’s ICT for Development Discourse.
56: E-Development in Bangladesh.
57: mCity: User Focused Development of Mobile Services Within the City of Stockholm.
58: The Development of Urban E-Government in China.
59: Digital Governance and Democratization in the Arab World.
60: Digital International Governance.